Published at Thursday, December 21st 2017, 03:25:25 AM by Paninnguaq Lyberth. Kitchen Islands. For larger kitchens the ability to add preparation sinks, refrigerator drawers, and additional cooking area is a way to make your kitchen more functional and useful. Since larger kitchens have the ability to have plumbing and electrical services run to them the options are limitless. Add a range hood over your stove/grill and now your island becomes the main hub of cooking and entertaining.
Published at Friday, December 22nd 2017, 01:11:59 AM by Petrine Nielsen. Kitchen. New York City is famous for being a metropolis for architecture and culture. However, amid all those skyscrapers, there is not a lot of room for residents to spread out. Those willing to pay for room to roam need look no further than this luxurious residential loft in Soho. At $4,650,000, wood, brick, and stone design elements blend modern and traditional design to create a spacious escape in the middle of New York City’s hustle and bustle.
Published at Sunday, December 24th 2017, 00:53:04 AM by Birthe Kleist. Kitchen Islands. While the standard aisle width guideline of 36” allows two people to pass, you could have a clearance as small as 32” if the spot is not high traffic. Take newspaper or painter’s tape and plan a floor outline of where you’d like your island to sit with proper clearance. Test your floor plan and adjust accordingly.
Published at Wednesday, December 13th 2017, 17:36:18 PM. Kitchen Cabinets By Kirsten Pedersen. Finally, it’s time to paint … and wait for the paint to dry. And paint again, and wait for that coat of paint to dry. (Yep, this is the exciting part.) Follow the same method you used for applying primer to your cabinets, whether roller or paintbrush (or a combination of the two).
Published at Wednesday, December 13th 2017, 17:35:34 PM. Kitchen By Bolethe Lange. Like the Scandinavians do best: Simple, classy and sleek. The trend has been around for some time, but this basic, stream lined look is here to stay in 2014. To avoid a cold uninviting kitchen experience, add some natural wood accessories, which will do wonders to the aura of the room. Tiled splashbacks aren’t welcome here: Just solid slabs of marble, strips of glass or other solid wall coverings. This will continue to be a winner in 2014.
Published at Wednesday, December 13th 2017, 17:33:00 PM. Kitchen By Birthe Kleist. The home has an imposing front facade defined by deep overhangs. Stone, wood siding and large steel-frame windows combine for an appealing exterior. A large back patio with a fire pit offers opportunities for spending time outdoors.
Published at Tuesday, December 12th 2017, 23:33:23 PM. Kitchen Cabinets By Paninnguaq Lyberth. The primer that you select should be high quality and suited for the material of your cabinets (wood, metal, laminate). If you are going to be painting over a dark or stained surface, have your primer tinted to match your desired color. This step is important to keep the original color from showing through your new paint.
Published at Tuesday, December 12th 2017, 23:32:40 PM. Kitchen By Kirsten Pedersen. Now people are wanting to show off not only their fancy kitchen, but also everything else (of good quality), which is in the kitchen. While still in an infancy, this trend is growing quickly and we’re seeing designers and manufacturers implement open shelving in their 2014 designs.
Published at Tuesday, December 12th 2017, 23:31:06 PM. Kitchen By Birthe Kleist. Designer Samuel Codegoni envisioned Paero, an unconventional hood for elegant kitchens. Minimalism and Japanese elegance inspire furoshiki, the refined technique of wrapping objects in silk cloths and fabrics to conceal, protect and at the same time enhance the contents of the package.
Published at Tuesday, December 12th 2017, 23:30:34 PM. Kitchen By Petrine Nielsen. “The communal nature of this plan is reinforced downstairs, with a lavish wet bar and roomy living space perfect for entertaining guests,” they added. “With its vaulted ceilings and grand vistas, the master suite serves as a cozy retreat from today’s busy lifestyle.”